Things to Do in Bryce - Itineraries

2 Days
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Bryce Canyon
Bryce Canyon National Park, U
Natural Bridge
Bryce Canyon National Park, Bryce Canyon, Bryce, U
Bryce Canyon Wildlife Adventure
1945 West Scenic Highway 12, Bryce, UT 8474
Panorama Trail
Kodachrome Basin State Park, Henrieville, UT 8473
Bryce Point
Bryce Canyon National Park, U


Moab
Day 9: Moab, UT — A 3 hour smooth ride south-east from Salt Lake City will get you to a place which lies atop a salt bed, believe it or not, which was the result of a sea evaporating over which sandstone was deposited giving it’s famous rusty red color. The beautiful Arches National Park. I don’t know if it sounds strange but US-191 is actually built on Moab Fault. ON a tectonic fault! I don’t think I’ve ever seen something like that!
Page
Day 10: Page, AZ — Traveling is never complete without good food and meeting new people. On my way to Monument Valley I stopped by an unknown town called Blanding in UT where I sat down with a couple of ranchers over lunch in a local restaurant. We talked about life in cities and towns and how much they like living in their ranches with all the space and time they get over a Navajo bread burrito, one of the best breads I ate. For anyone who remembers the famous scene form Forrest Gump where he stops running. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pKKmzmeU5-0).
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